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IME 3070 - Computer Controlled Manufacturing Systems
This Course Is No Longer Offered As Of Summer 2010
Analysis and design of computer controlled manufacturing systems. Students must enroll in IME 3080 during the semester following IME 3070.
Prerequisites & Corequisites: Prerequisite: ECE 2100.
Credits: 4 hours
Lecture Hours - Laboratory Hours: (3 - 3)
Prerequisites by Topic:
- Understand and use Kirchhoff’s current
and voltage laws (ECE 2100).
- Understand basic role and basic functions
of active & passive devices (ECE 2100).
- Understand basic principles of electrical
machines (DC/AC machines, transformer, motor) (ECE 2100).
- Basic understanding of semiconductor devices
such as diodes, transistors, Operational Amplifiers (ECE 2100).
- Proficient in writing algorithms & codes
for application programs (IME 2060, CS 1060)
At the end of the semester, students will:
- be able to select & use basic electromechanical
devices typically required in automated manufacturing systems
- be able to design simple electrical &
electronic circuits for manufacturing automation applications
- be able to understand D/A, A/D applications
for process monitoring and control (c-e,g,h,k).
- have an appreciation for the roles of electrical,
mechanical, electronic and programmable devices in the design
of advanced manufacturing systems (c-e,I-k).
- be able to effectively program a NC/CNC
equipment and robots (a-f,k)
- be able to write ladder logic program logic
for an operation cycle that may involve bit addresses, I/Os,
timers, counters, relays and logical operators (a-f,k).
Automation, Production Systems and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing,
by Groover, M. (Optional)
Tarun Gupta, Ph.D.
Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering
Western Michigan University
E-220 Parkview Campus
Kalamazoo, Michigan 49008-5336
Revision Date: Fall 2004